[nfbmi-talk] Uber Comes to Ann Arbor, 2 Weeks of Free Rides

Linda waterinmyroom at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 19:04:05 UTC 2014


The app is also available on Android in the Google Play store.

> On Apr 22, 2014, at 2:47 PM, "J.J. Meddaugh" <jj at bestmidi.com> wrote:
> 
> I love the new breed of ride sharing services and am happy to let you know that one of them is now in Ann Arbor. In case you're not familiar, Uber is one of a set of services which modernize getting around. Instead of calling a cab and having no idea when it might come, you call for a driver using an app on your iPhone. The app will let you know how far away the nearest driver is and also alert you when they've arrived. Once you make it to your destination, your credit card is automatically charged including tip so there's no fumbling for cash or annoyance in waiting for a cab driver to call in your credit card. Plus, Uber is generally cheaper than cabs, especially the lower cost UberX service. The drivers are screened and the vehicles usually modern.
> 
> In cities where Uber and others exist, I rarely take cabs anymore.
> For Ann Arbor, you can get up to 10 rides for free over the next two weeks, up to $25 each. So if you want to just ride around town and go to some cool places for free, this would be a great time to do it.
> I've got two promo codes for you. First put in code 6K56Q for an additional $20 in credit. Then put in code a2launch for the free rides. The Uber app is available on the iTunes App Store.
> 
> Uber and Lyft have been available in the Detroit area for the past year or so.
> 
> If you have any questions about these apps, feel free to write me.
> 
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> 
> -- 
> Best regards,
> J.J.
> 
> 
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